Panama City Beach is a cyclist's paradise. With bike trails along the main streets and biking allowed in virtually any beach area, including the private beach area outside of Panama City Beach beachfront rentals in the Dunes of Panama, it's easy to explore the area on two wheels. Cruiser bikes with special tires can be rented to make sure you can glide through the sand without any issues. Silver River is a great spot for nature lovers, offering canoeing, hiking and a visitor center with interpretive tours of the surrounding wildlife.
It's a great alternative to the hustle and bustle of Panama City Beach beachfront rentals, allowing you to take in the sights of the area in a more peaceful way. You can explore the scenic beauty on foot, by off-road bike or on horseback on 23.8 miles of wooded trails, or navigate the river by kayak, canoe or boat. The camp has 24 sites with water and electricity, an unloading station for recreational vehicles, a pavilion, a bathhouse, drinking water for refueling and easy access to trails. Conservation Park (100 Conservation Drive, Panama City Beach, FL) is also an ideal spot for cycling or walking. With extensive hiking trails and an incredible 24-mile off-road mountain bike trail, it's perfect for those who want to explore the area in a more active way.
There are at least a few major trails dedicated to cycling in Panama City Beach, and even more if you're creative with your adventures. Florida has an active mountain biker community and hundreds of miles of mountain bike trails that welcome beginners and challenge experienced riders alike. Nestled along the Atlantic Ocean, Fort Clinch State Park's mountain bike trails offer some of the most picturesque and beautiful views in Florida. What began as a few simple bike trails on city streets has grown to include parking stops, exclusive picnic areas, clubs on the Watersound Trail and picturesque trails for strolling along the boardwalk in natural areas. Markham Park's mountain biking events are defined by step falls, fast and winding technical curves and some of the best features of Florida mountain biking wood. Santos usually gets most of the praise for Florida's tests, but Alafia River State Park is also designated as an IMBA Epic trail.
With a nearby campsite, an enclosed, paved road trail, and more than 50 miles of every type of mountain bike terrain you can imagine, Croom holds a special place in the Florida mountain biking scene.